Adams spent his entire playing career at Arsenal, winning four league titles in the process.
Two of those were achieved under Arsene Wenger, with the Frenchman turning the him into one of the Premier League's fiercest defenders.
However, the duo have drifted in recent years with Wenger blocking Adams from returning to his old employees in a coaching capacity.
And the former Gunners skipper has blasted his former boss, labelling him a disgrace and questioning his decision to block an Emirates return.
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I’d been at Arsenal for 23 years and they treated me like that? It was a f****** disgrace
Arsenal legend Tony Adams
“I’d been at the club 23 years and they treated me like that? It was a f****** disgrace," he told the Guardian.
"I wanted to say: 'Arsene, I understand I’ve got no right to go back to Arsenal just because I played here. Tell me if I’m not good enough.'
"But don’t tell me: ‘You’re going to be the next Arsenal manager, I’ve got high hopes for you.
"I just said: ‘Good luck for the season, Arsene. I’m not going to fall out with you. I love you lots.
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Tony Adams has blasted Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger
Arsenal legend Tony Adams is currently in charge of La Liga minnows Granada
"I’ve got compassion for him as well. He’s been there 20 years and can’t keep everyone happy.”
Wenger's future at Arsenal is up in the air despite winning the FA Cup on Saturday.
However, should he opt to leave the club, then Express Sport understands Juventus' Massimiliano Allegri could take the job.